Catch Word #234 – I think you went a bit overboard

Have you ever eaten too much of your favourite food? You know you shouldn’t eat that much, but it’s just so good! That situation is a perfect example of going overboard. In this Catch Word episode, hosts Andrew and Jeremy share various expressions you can use when you overdo things.

Fun facts

Overboard is the name of a 1987 Hollywood movie starring Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. The movie didn’t do so well at the box office, but it later became a classic. In fact, it was remade several times in multiple countries and languages.

Expressions included in the study guide

  • Overkill
  • To go overboard
  • To go above and beyond
  • Going out of business sale
  • How could I resist?
  • Liquid

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